Brand: Deluxe Cost: 85p Found at: Lidl This is a fairly standard little cup of chocolate mousse. It’s rich and creamy and has a little bit of chocolate crumble at the bottom – honestly, what more could you ask for? But what sets this apart from all the other pudding cups in the dessert isle... Continue Reading →
Brand: Morrisons Cost: £0.50 Found At: Morrisons In this time of uncertainty, I am the queen of discount deli food. For the past three weeks, the supermarkets have been pillaged for essentials: bread, eggs, flour, rice, pasta. Anything that will help get you through a pandemic or a hurricane has been whisked away... Continue Reading →
Brand: Nadori Cost: 378 yen Found At: 7-11 In my defense, the font was unclear, and I was under the impression that I was, in fact, buying beet chips. They struck me as a little expensive, but beets are not common in Japan, so I didn’t think too much about it. But instead of getting... Continue Reading →
Brand: YBC Cost: 216 yen Found At: “For Passengers” Kiosk at Nagoya Shinkansen Station Literally just pringles that smell like fish. That's it. 200 yen and a "Shinkansen Exclusive" label and these are just pringles that smell like fish. They got me.
Brand: YBC Cost: 260 yen Found At: “For Passengers” Kiosk at Nagoya Shinkansen Station This is how the other half lives - this is the Tokaido Shinkansen Exclusive. These are not the haphazard, basic chips of the Lawson’s or the Family Mart or the 7-11, these are the Mercedes of chips, made for the businessman... Continue Reading →